Congrats are in order for the very talented, celebrity hairstylist Tokyo Stylez!! Tokyo Stylez has worked with some of Hollywood's biggest names including Cardi B, Kylie Jenner, Paris Hilton and Naomi Campbell. Now, she’s tapping into the entrepreneurship lane and launching her first makeup collaboration with Italian-based clean beauty brand CosMyFy. 

Tokyo is making history as one of the first Black, transgender women to collaborate with a makeup brand for her own eyeshadow palette and the first US influencer to partner with the CosMyFy brand! Yes ma'am! 

The Mama Mia Eyeshadow Palette, which is named after Tokyo, features 12 highly-pigmented matte and glitter shades in cheeky names such as “Badass,” “Voguing,” “Wig” and “Dramamama,” as well as a mirror surrounded by LED lights to ensure expert application in any setting. 

The palette is the precursor to her full makeup collection with CosMyFy that is scheduled to launch in Spring 2022. The palette is now available for purchase exclusively on the CosMyFy website www.cosmyfyusa.com. 

“I am so excited to launch the ‘Mama Mia’ eyeshadow palette with CosMyFy,” says Mia ‘Tokyo Stylez’ Jackson. “I have always wanted to partner with a beauty brand, and working with CosMyFy has allowed me to develop a palette that is glam, flirty, and shows my personality in each detail. I worked closely with the CosMyFy team to create this and I am excited to share my first makeup collaboration with the world!”

“Tokyo Stylez is the true definition of a beauty ICON and we are thrilled to partner with her for this collaboration,” says the AllMyFy team, the cosmetic company which owns and operates CosMyFy. “The ‘Mama Mia’ eyeshadow palette is our first collaboration with an ICON in the US and we are excited to introduce this unique product, featuring CosMyFy’s clean, high-quality ingredients, to both the US consumer and to Tokyo’s dedicated audience.”

We know the online influencer is just getting started and we can’t wait to see what else Miss Mia has in store! 

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